backstab

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back·stab

 (băk′stăb′)
tr.v. back·stabbed, back·stab·bing, back·stabs
To disparage or criticize (someone), usually when that person is absent.

back′stab′ber n.

backstab

(ˈbækˌstæb)
vb (tr)
to attack in a deceitful manner
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As temporary as some BFFs turn out to be, it might make sense to create some new acronyms: BFRN (Best Friend Right Now) or BFUSBY (Best Friend Until She Backstabs You).